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Greencoat has €200m war chest for windfarm expansion in Ireland

The company said it sees opportunities to expand in countries like Finland, Germany, France, Belgium and the Netherlands

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
15th September, 2019
Greencoat partner Paul O’Donnell

Greencoat Renewables has a €200 million war chest to expand the number of windfarms it controls in Ireland and the company is also eyeing up a number of European countries for expansion.

The company, which counts the Irish Strategic Investment Fund and AIB among its biggest investors, said it sees opportunities to expand in countries like Finland, Germany, France, Belgium and the Netherlands. The company said these countries have some of the same features as...

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